Q: If you know two corresponding angle pairs and any one corresponding segment pair are congruent why is that always enough to know the triangles are congruent?

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Yes, in similar triangles, the angles are always congruent, and the sides have the same proportions to each other.

Not always

squares and triangles :/

Yes.

Similar, YES. Congruent, NO.

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Yes, in similar triangles, the angles are always congruent, and the sides have the same proportions to each other.

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No, congruent triangles are always similar but similar triangles and not always congruent. Imagine that similar triangles can be created on a copy machine enlarge and shrink the image, turn it, even turn it over, the angles remain the same. A congruent triangle must be exactly the same as the original. Hope this helps!

Not always

squares and triangles :/

Yes.

Congruent Triangles have the same angles and side length measures

Similar, YES. Congruent, NO.

Yes, they are.

By definition, a segment bisector always created two congruent segments.

Yes. Corresponding angles of the two triangles are always equal, and lengths of corresponding sides are always in the same ratio.